Not only a Regional Race Weekend, the Granite State Regional offers a CRE (Club Racing Experience) which gives those without a racing license a chance to compete and earn their Novice Permit.
What is a CRE?
It's wheel-to-wheel racing in a low pressure environment.
Why should you attend?
We use "brackets" in classing cars so your car has a great chance of being competitive.
Do I need a SCCA Competition License?
No! You will receive instruction before you hit the track and your progress will be closely monitored.
Can I earn a SCCA Novice Permit by participating in a CRE?
Yes. Once you earn 3-hours of track time and log your hours in a "SCCA Track Participation Logbook."
“Even though it uses part of the oval, it really doesn't have a real straight. But it has a fantastic number of places to pass. Definitely one of my Top 5 tracks. ” David Oliveira